The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took part in the Global Citizen Live event

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

On September 25, 2021, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took part in the Global Citizen Live event during their tour of New York City. The special event was held for the purpose of urging world leaders from the G7 and European Union to adopt a vaccine equity policy to help end the coronavirus pandemic. These leaders were urged to share at least one billion doses of the vaccine with those most in need.

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

During the event, the Duke and Duchess gave a speech. The Duchess wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino.

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

Meghan Markle wore a new floral-embellished mini shift dress by Valentino. Prince Harry

Meghan Markle wore Valentino ivory embellished shift dress
Valentino Embellished Shift Dress

Meghan Markle wore Valentino floral-embellished mini shift dress in ivory
Valentino Floral-embellished Mini Shift Dress

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  1. This is not a pretty dress, although I like the detail around the neckline. It’s too short. Also not good with black court shoes.

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    1. Anonymous26/9/21 17:08

      This your average sheath dress with the embellishment attached. Women everywhere own them whether adorned or not. It is just right for the 'high' NY temperatures that have been mentioned ad nauseum and casual enough for an on stage appearance at a concert. In NY believe it or not, no one cares about the length of a skirt or the height of a heel.
      Anaone.

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  2. This is not a pretty dress, although I like the detail around the neckline. It’s too short. Also not good with black court shoes.

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    1. For me, it is a pretty dress but not for Megan (and most women).
      I see it as a 1960's Twiggy dress suitable for a tall, very skinny woman.
      Must say that Prince Harry has stumbled onto a good tailor. His suit is spot on.
      Maybe he could send the name and details of the tailor to his father.

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  3. Anonymous26/9/21 12:55

    I like the dress. Hair and make-up are okay. Meghan seems like she is uncomfortable to me. I thought she stiff/ uncomfortable at some of their other New York appearances. Hope everything is okay.

    E.B.B.

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  4. Rien à redire sur cette robe aux jolis ornements floraux même si je la trouve un petit peu courte ; à hauteur du genou, ce serait parfait !

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  5. Anonymous26/9/21 15:19

    It's a lovely dress but I'm not sure that I like it on Meaghan. It doesn't match her proportions and makes her look smaller and heavier. I saw additional photos on other sites which first confirmed my thoughts. Or perhaps it's just me.
    - Anon 9:13

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    1. Anonymous26/9/21 17:09

      It's not just you.
      I think it also looks chunky on her.

      Marie

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    2. Anonymous27/9/21 09:25

      I agree too.

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  6. Anonymous26/9/21 15:32

    Sooo over the top. And coat with scarf with this dress. And personalized Dior Lady (Di) bag.

    DP

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  7. Carina, giusta per l’evento.

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  8. Anonymous26/9/21 16:52

    I think it's a lovely dress although for me it might have been a bit longer. But if we think of the goal of this event, more vaccins for poor countries, it feels out of place to wear a very expansive top designer Valentino dress.

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    1. She was out of place wearing an over the top expensive outfit to visit age 7 to 8 kids in Harlem.

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    2. Anonymous28/9/21 01:46

      The kids were so impressed by the price of the outfit (supplied afterwards by DM so JC et al could run with it) that they stayed far away and did not touch her.
      J.

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  9. The Valentino dress is a piece of art, beautiful crafts. Meghans signature strands-of-hair -hairdo needs an update.

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  10. Anonymous26/9/21 17:30

    I think Meghan looks great. A square dress that covers a not-yet-recovered postpartum body in the right places, and it emphasises her good legs. Hair and make-up and jewelry fit really well with the dress. It must be scary for her to step onstage again after all the negative press. She shows she has character in doing it so soon after giving birth (I can't recall any other royal ladies stepping out so much 3,5 months after giving birth, most stayed at home for 5-6 months if I recall correctly).
    C

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    1. I think your recall is s incorrect. The Duchess of Cambridge was at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan around a month after Prince Louis’s birth to name one recent one. More recently, Stéphanie of Luxembourg carried out her first public engagement two months after Prince Charles’ birth. If you want to check back to Princess Anne, Princess Diana etc you’ll find that they were all out and about well under 5/6 months as was Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth

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    2. Anonymous27/9/21 18:22

      Agreed about Catherine, but that was the only appearance she did in 5-6 months. I think Stephanie didn't do many either. Don't know about Princess Anne and Diana, I was born in the 80s myself. But this is a bit off topic anyway.
      C

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  11. Anonymous26/9/21 17:33

    A nice Valentino mini dress, but too minl to wear for D Meghan …… just saying.
    Kris

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    1. Agree. I love the beautiful embroidery and beads etc. And also the design of it.
      But it's too short and like others said: The model/ cut doesn't do her justice. Of course, she might be 'hiding' some post-pregnancy weight which is completely understandable and fine. But even so, it looks rather big and bulky indeed.
      Anyways, nice to seem them out and about for important work and charities.
      Harry looks nice and appropriately dressed.

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  12. Anonymous26/9/21 18:15

    I like the dress. I don’t think the round neck is flattering. A boatneck, would have opened up that area, and have proportioned out the mini length. Ana

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  13. Anonymous26/9/21 18:39

    I like this dress. It is short but on the model it seems to be shorter. A little bit longer would have been better. I saw a picture in the English new papers where you can see the black court shoes. Someone said the dress doesn't look good with black shoes. I wonder what other color she could have chosen, nude maybe.... ?
    I know it is a fashion blog but I have to mention this : the comments of the readers in the newspapers were unanimous : she spent a huge amount on designer clothes to give a speech on an event where the leaders of the European union and the G7 are urged to share at least one billion doses of the vaccine with those most in need.
    Do Harry and Meghan think that people are stupid ? Carla

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    1. Anonymous27/9/21 00:21

      @ Carla: Did you consider that these clothing items could have been either loaned to her to promote those fashion labels? She has been a regular at NY Fashion week for years with backstage passes to meet the designers. She also has relationships in other facets of the industry. If Meghan wears a brand, there is a guarantee that she will be seen in media of all kinds all over the world. When meeting high caliber people to do business, dressing in Zara will not leave the desired impression. If the tabloids had not given you your opinion to cause a sensation, it would not be an issue. What are the price points on those designer suit dresses worn by the other Duchess? Perhaps her 'work' with the poor is more valued?
      Anaone.

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  14. Anonymous26/9/21 19:00

    Mir gefallen weder Kleid noch Länge.

    lisa

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  15. Anonymous26/9/21 19:52

    There's nothing special about the dress and it's fine if a woman has extra wt gain postpartum. Who said you have to be thin.
    As for their woke fest, it's just another pr exercise to stay relevant. I mean they copyrighted everything about them and their brand and go on harping drug companies to give away trade secrets... really. Jt

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  16. I cannot understand why you'd spend so much on clothes while you're body is in transition (in this case, recovering from pregnancy). I guess that shows she'll never wear them twice.

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    1. I doubt the clothes even belong to Meghan. She most likely received a payment from the designers to wear them and then return them. That would explain why she wore such wintry clothes in summer weather. The fashions were planned months ago when it was assumed the weather would already be cool in NY. Meghan couldn't change her outfits to accommodate the weather because she was paid to wear those particular ensembles.

      It would also explain why they fit her badly. If she has to return them, the designers would not want them altered.

      Meghan is a beautiful intelligent woman, and I truly believe she wants to make a difference in the world. She just doesn't know how to do it, other than making it all about herself. And proclaiming to the world, "Do as I say - not as I do."

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  17. Just another opportunity for Meghan to stay in the limelight and to wear her expensive couture and jewelry. Harry is just along for the ride.

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    1. Anonymous26/9/21 21:50

      My favorite comment! You speak the truth, friend.

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    2. Anonymous27/9/21 03:13

      This is so true!

      Renee

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    3. I stand by my earlier comment. This couple is NOT British Royalty now. They do not represent The Queen nor perform any royal duties, so I’m really unclear why they are reported on here. They chose to walk away and told us (at extremely great length) why they left. They are now just celebrities and as such don’t belong on this Royal blog. Lovely dress though.

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    4. Anonymous27/9/21 08:05

      Kteach
      My thoughts exactly.
      On a fashion note, this dress Is very nice itself, but It does not suit her.
      The upper part looks odd on her and the overall effect is frumpy.
      P.

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    5. I agree with many of these sentiments, except not being royalty. They are just not working senior members any longer. He is still a prince and she is a duchess.

      However, they might show up and do work someplace (quietly, dressed in jeans, without a cameraman in tow), and make their imprint that way instead of trying to recreate what the royals do who have official assignments. It would go such a long way towards them fulfilling what they say they want (making a positive impact) and it being less about them, which is how nearly everything they do comes across. They've had a videographer following them in the States. Must everything be about them putting out an image? Legacy follows work, not appearances. Who writes a book or has a show made about them three years into a marriage, as though you have a lifetime to reflect upon? It's backwards, it reaches for something not yet there. Go to Africa to work again with the elephants for a period of time, and then write about that, bringing visibility to an issue. Bring young people there with you to also learn about it, make a program that allows people to intern there for a time, go with them every year. These are deeper, more impactful things they can do. I fear they are so far into themselves they will not recover except to be fawned over by celebrity chasers.

      I realize some will not like my comment and I am fine with that.

      I'm not crazy about the dress; too short. It's overdone for such an appearance, though finely made, I'm sure. She is a beautiful woman and always looks nice; that is never the issue with her.

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    6. Dear @My Grandmother's Apron.
      O.K. you've said it, we've read your opinion so can we now give it a break.
      I for one are very happy to see them (fashion wise) on this site.

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  18. Gut bezahlte G Globalisten - Schauspieler

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    1. Anonymous27/9/21 15:06

      Vielen Dank für diese klare Analyse! So sehe ich es auch! CC

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  19. These two. Wearing tens of thousands of dollars in fashion/jewelry to preach to everyone about inequality. Give me a break. Get a clue. Either decide to be reality darlings or actual humanitarians. This ultra luxe dress just doesn't seem appropriate for the occasion.
    Chel

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    1. Anonymous27/9/21 07:45

      Well said Chel exactly what I meant. My earlier comment was not understood by that other blogger because of my English which is not that good. Carla

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    2. Carla, I understood exactly what you meant, that's why I posted. ;)
      Chel

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  20. Anonymous26/9/21 22:20

    I don't like this dress, particularly the embellishments. The length is also a no.

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  21. Anonymous26/9/21 23:04

    I think the dress is too short. It is not flattering on her. And I am not saying it should be below the knee either She looks frumpy but put that down to baby fat . Overall I am not a fan of Meghan's fashion taste. Mary I

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  22. Anonymous27/9/21 01:35

    They are starring in their own block buster ;The Prince of Montecito; and his soap star wife Megs. Well they have hit the ground running; as she stated before they got married. They have not changed the Royals life; as for them it is business as usual, and another beautiful great grandchild for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Her dress reminds me of the the of the70's., she would be better to choose a Jackie Kennedy style, you have got to admit they have got guts. There is a vaccine equity policy; Australia and numerous other countries are giving injections or money to smaller nations can't they hear that.

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  23. Anonymous27/9/21 03:34


    Why don't they buy the vaccines with their 150 million dollar from Netflix deal money and give it to people of poor countries. Do that then come back and preach to us peasants. Instead of draping in expensive clothes preaching empty word salads. Mh

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  24. Cannot please anyone, because they are all VOGUE EDITORS

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  25. Anonymous27/9/21 04:48

    The dress itself is nice, but it is intended for another occasion, such as a visit to a fashion show.
    And after the tour and speeches ended, they flew back to their 11 million home in a Dassault Falcon 2000 private Jet, By the way they arrived in a 4x4 gas guzzling car, along with 3 other gas guzzling cars that held their security guards.
    Those are the facts. Everyone can make own opinion.
    Stephanie

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  26. Someone once said "if you don't have anything nice to say then don't say it". So I'm not saying it!

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  27. Anonymous27/9/21 07:55

    This dress was not worth the price. Its unflattering and the color washes her out. Not liking her hairstyle either.
    Also its getting annoying that royals preach to everyone about inequality. Or how we must care more about our environment, consume less, yet, we see them constantly in new and expensive clothes, flying around, etc.
    And for someone who was tired of limelight and attention, Harry seem to enjoy attention and show up at every opportunity as long as its not some royal duty. Sorry but I'm so tired of this couple!
    Karin

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  28. Anonymous27/9/21 08:13

    To Anaone : I don't need the newspapers to have my own opinion. You could be right that this is just publicity for the big fashion brands but still it is not appropriate for the occasion. What do you mean by the other Duchess ? I'm not English and I don't care what other duchesses do or not for charity, it's about Harry and Meghan and their way of staying in the spotlights. Carla

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  29. Anonymous27/9/21 08:33

    All the negativity we read here is a big joke considering that we have seen a lot of royal ladies including Kate is just as short dresses and even shorter without these sort of comments. And do we really need to bodyshame Meghan. Seriously people....

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  30. Anonymous27/9/21 09:58

    Talking about taste: DSOSS, the 2nd Lady Di ... wannabe, by means of a personalized bag (copy-paste URL and delete the blanks): https:// i.dailymail.co.uk / 1s/2021/09/27/08/48440649-0-image-a-5_1632729584221.jpg .

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  31. Anonymous27/9/21 17:18

    “Global Royals” branded comedy duo. Oof…
    ~Funica

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  32. Meghan or her staff should have checked the NYC weather beforehand. Most of her outfits were too heavy for the humid, warm weather we had. If she were smart, for the Global Citizen event, she should have worn a sustainable clothing line, perhaps something from her father-in-laws sustainable clothing collection, versus the very expensive dress and shoes. Book reading in Harlem, find an outfit from a local shop ahead of time. All her outfits, appeared as if designers sent them to her to wear. To me, she picked her looks to make herself appear powerful.

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  33. Anonymous28/9/21 02:33

    @della. The dress is perfect for a concert in the park. She has the legs for it. This fits in with the NY fashion scene. It was not a convention for prudes or nuns.
    People like you are the very reason Harry has wanted out of the UK even before Meghan came on the scene. He does not need strangers to map out his life or tell him his where interests should lie. Why should he spend time Africa? This was one of the proposals before they left. How long should he spend his day tramping in the bush? What if his wife prefers to live in the US? Who will pay his mortgage? He has several projects on the table, and children to raise. At the end of the day it is the Africans themselves who have to place a value on their natural resources for the conservation projects to succeed, not Harry acting as Dr. Livingstone or some kind of park ranger. Life is about following your own course and learning from you experiences. At their age no one gets to tell them where, when or how to live.
    He has clearly said that the book will be about his experiences growing up and his life in the military, Everyone known what will be in a book that is yet unpublished -
    strange.
    They are a young family with a lot on their plate. It is up to them to figure out the best path forward. They life everyone else deserve positive encouragement.
    July

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    1. Fair enough anonymous, you are right he/they don't need anyone to map out their lives. I still see a lot of self centered-ism, and I stand by it. Lecturing people about equality and the social issues we must deal with falls flat from people who are all show, though. My point about Africa/elephants was to DO work, not just show up, and I chose that because it's a known interest to them. I suggested doing more than showing up because it's backfiring on them and they have aspirations to make an impact.

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    2. Anonymous28/9/21 18:03

      You see what you want to see and don't see things you don't want to see. What you see and hear must fit your opinion of them. We don't know that they are all show. The truth is that we don't know everything about them because they have been quiet, there is a pandemic going on so they have been limited in what they can do publicly, and we aren't owed any explanations. They can work behind the scenes if they choose to. Each and every time something is publicized, every troll in the woods comes out to criticize because it has become a sport that has risen to an Olympic level. The criticism doesn't necessarily remain consistent either. For those that don't like them, the only important thing is to criticize. Yes, I get your point. I really do. Pregnant Meghan, should have traveled to Africa on a raft (so she would have no carbon footprint), rowing all the way, with a toddler in tow, so she could save the elephants during a pandemic. That would free Harry up to go back to the UK and be his royal self. Let's not forget, there were two pregnancies since they left their royal life, so that is a lot of time that could have been put to good use with the elephants. Such a waste of a good raft.

      They are bound to do things that don't look good to everyone. This can't be one of them. A worldwide event to help millions upon millions of people is not a bad thing. If their trip was filmed, so be it. We haven't heard what the production is about. It might answer the questions everyone has been asking. Until it is released, judgement must be reserved. For a man who was brought up to have no skills other than to be a royal, never having to earn his own way, Harry will always have my admiration for having the courage to go out on his own and use the skillset he does have from his royal upbringing, unique as it is, to support himself and his family the best way he could. He is very new at this. I am willing to see how he evolves.

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    3. Thank you @Anonymous28/9/21 18:03 for your comment/s.
      Refreshing to read. Pity you haven't got a nickname.
      I don't know why a writer hasn't grabbed at the opportunity of writing a book titled "The Woman That The World Decided to Hate".

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  34. Anonymous29/9/21 02:13

    I like this colour on Meghan, it gives her a youthful glow. I have a similar dress in black with no embellishments. Given Meghan’s current phase in her life (transition phase after giving birth) and her actually body type, I think this dress suits her. The only thing making it look off, in my opinion, is the angle the photos were taken. This “minimal” make-up look is my favourite on her. Prince Harry looks really well and put-together.

    T

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  35. Anonymous29/9/21 02:23

    So many mean comments about Meghan, and others mean to the Duchess of Cambridge (whilst attempting to stand up for Meghan) and I think they all stem from a place of idolatry. If we treat royals, celebrities, and influencers just as people then I think there would be none of this happening in the world.

    I’ve been following this blog for more than a decade now, back when the blog would often get taken down and we would have to patiently wait for it to appear again. Back then we stuck to the fashion and some snippets into the works of the royal ladies. But now this place that used to safe is becoming too political, too negative and arguments now almost always have nothing to do with fashion.

    T

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  36. Anonymous29/9/21 02:34

    @della... There are many benefits to your suggestion. Indeed, they are self centered because while you or I can live many miles away from our grandmothers his job is to stay and serve granny, his dad, and is brother, for life, always being deferential because they are ordained by god to rule. A wife and children are a hindrance, he should return alone, always being a smiling third wheel as he is put to work to polish their image.
    To follow up on @18:03 Picture this!! Once their raft arrives in Africa (where Meghan will immediately feel at home), the long line of natives carrying bwana's things deep into the bush where they will live off the grid. This man is not licensed in any kind of animal science. so perhaps he will spend his days lying atop his bush vehicle squinting through his binoculars. He will have his rifle at the ready for the mere flutter of a leaf, to fend of poachers who are the greatest threat to elephants. No mention of who will pay his salary, but then again, he can spend his and his children's inheritance on other people's problems.
    Meghan too will benefit. Out in the bush there will be no access to the girly things she is accustomed to, she will have to forget her appearance, bury her creativity, and get to hunting and gathering.
    The children will of course acclimate to a nomadic life, learning to wrestle alligators or antelopes a la Steve Irwin. Now in the UK for family events; Then in the US to visit grandma; back to Africa to live off the grid. Doing their homework by the flickering light of mom's homemade candles. Keeping lions as pets. It's enough to make the Bedouins jealous.
    Things have 'backfired' on the Sussexes so much so that Harry has been invited back to NYC to an event aboard the Intrepid Museum (one of THE most important military installations in the city). Clearly, you only see what you want to see instead of reality. How old Are you?...really!
    Harry with his particular skill set has chosen to make a go of life away from the shelter of a 'loving' family, and it will indeed 'be interesting to see how he evolves'.
    July

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    1. Anonymous29/9/21 09:44

      @July,

      I have read the comment written by @dellbabe68. She did not suggest Harry and his family to move to Africa. What she wrote was, for them to spend “period of time”, like he has done before, in an African country for a particular cause. Like how he spent a few weeks in Botswana to highlight the problem with poaching of elephants. He has attended many fundraising gala dinners in various African countries (South Africa, Namibia, Botswana..) for this cause where local businessmen and women showed up to give donations since he was the pull factor. Or his work together with the prince of Lesotho for HIV orphans in Lesotho.

      Now I am not saying he should do any of these things, I’m merely highlighting a misunderstanding of one part of a comment. Harry should live his life the way he wants to. And I am guessing he is doing that now.

      PS: Africans are solving their own problems. In fact, outsiders taking solutions to Africa are seen as hindrances. What works in the west won’t necessarily work in the diverse countries of the African continent (who also have a wide number of royalty also doing their part). The causes highlighted by celebrities and royals does not reflect the actual situation in Africa. For example nobody keeps lions as pets. And even those few who lead nomadic lives (usually for conservation purposes) have access to electricity and running water. It is a shame that what often gets shown on television or highlighted by humanitarians is the Africa of the past that even Africans often wonder where these images and videos were taken.

      T

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  37. ill-willed sarcasm notwithstanding, I stand by my comments. I could be churlish and say that you have not offered any good viewpoints to consider but I am bigger and more mature than that. I have thought about what you have said, which ever anonymous made the original comment, in response to my own post. I agree completely that he/Harry does have a mortgage to pay; I had not known that the first of the books is about his upbringing and military service, so that is a good comment to make and I am glad you/anonymous did. I very much want him to be happy, and his wife and family by extension.

    I might be colored by seeing past celebrities who make significant contributions by their own work, not by making appearances, and I stand by it. That was the nature of the Africa/elephants comment. I tried to take an interest of his, and marry it to a path forward, only as an example, to offer substance, something more than appearances and lots of word-salads. I stand by that too.

    Few here started off deciding to criticize Megan. In fact, many are thrilled Harry found his love! Our criticism is about the fact of them positioning themselves, constantly, to make their point that they are humanitarians instead of doing the work over time to make the point for them. I stand by that observation This is a managed view of them shown to us, make no mistake.

    I think there are some here who, no matter what, will not be able to see their way to any criticism. It should all just be hearts and flowers. But thinking people don't see things that way. They offer feedback and suggestions. I would like nothing more than for them to lay off the cameras following them, and lead from the front, like Harry did with Invictus. It had substance. It wasn't designed to evoke a certain view of him, it was designed to have wounded people be seen and appreciated. That is the difference.

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  38. ill-willed sarcasm notwithstanding, I stand by my comments. I could be churlish and say that you have not offered any good viewpoints to consider but I am bigger and more mature than that. I have thought about what you have said, which ever anonymous made the original comment, in response to my own post. I agree completely that he/Harry does have a mortgage to pay; I had not known that the first of the books is about his upbringing and military service, so that is a good comment to make and I am glad you/anonymous did. I very much want him to be happy, and his wife and family by extension.

    I might be colored by seeing past celebrities who make significant contributions by their own work, not by making appearances, and I stand by it. That was the nature of the Africa/elephants comment. I tried to take an interest of his, and marry it to a path forward, only as an example, to offer substance, something more than appearances and lots of word-salads. I stand by that too.

    Few here started off deciding to criticize Megan. In fact, many are thrilled Harry found his love! Our criticism is about the fact of them positioning themselves, constantly, to make their point that they are humanitarians instead of doing the work over time to make the point for them. I stand by that observation This is a managed view of them shown to us, make no mistake.

    I think there are some here who, no matter what, will not be able to see their way to any criticism. It should all just be hearts and flowers. But thinking people don't see things that way. They offer feedback and suggestions. I would like nothing more than for them to lay off the cameras following them, and lead from the front, like Harry did with Invictus. It had substance. It wasn't designed to evoke a certain view of him, it was designed to have wounded people be seen and appreciated. That is the difference.

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  39. Anonymous30/9/21 04:50

    @T. You missed the sarcasm. Harry has already spent a 'period of time' in Africa as a young man. His life now consists of managing several interests and raising his family. Keyboard warriors never consider logistics while making ridiculous demands of other people's time, their desires or their feelings.
    July

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    1. Anonymous30/9/21 11:21

      @July,

      Please read my comment again.

      T

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  40. Anonymous2/10/21 04:08

    @T. With all due apologies to Ms. Electra for going off topic this was not a swipe at your comment. It was a deliberate misunderstanding of the esteemed @della. Your postscript applies to Harry as well.
    Armchair life coaches should listen to their subject before offering outlandish advice. In the James Corden piece Meghan clearly said that they were done moving. Imagine Harry floating the topic of moving...again, or leaving for a period of time, when the children are too young to understand why he is not there. Harry has also been able to raise money for his causes in Africa just without leaving the country.
    In terms of the stages of Human Development or the 7 stages of man if you will, they are 'on time' in terms of the legacy they want to create.
    The nonsense of them seeking attention is unexplainable especially since every scrap of information is amplified in certain media outlets with numerous stories on a daily and sometimes hourly basis. No amount of popularity in the press will pay their mortgage, They have to work. The tax payer funded lifestyle in exchange for godparents names and other intrusive personal news is a thing of the past.
    Newly married couples are usually surrounded by well wishers, that is why the theme on the whole is one of hearts and flowers and wishing them well in their new life. It they fall the collective helps them up, not look for chinks in their armor to highlight.
    This young man in the words of Che has decided to 'die on his feet that live on his knees' beholden to too many people. Let him be. No one would want to see their brother treated like this.
    July

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    1. Anonymous3/10/21 03:19

      @July you are completely right. My postscript does apply to Harry as well, hence why I said he should do what he wants, which he is doing.

      It was evident that Harry was not happy with his situation long before Meghan came to his life. So I also think people should leave them alone. Most, if not all of us, couldn't walk a mile in their shoes.

      T

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  41. Anonymous3/10/21 00:49

    It's very interesting seeing some people on here so vested in this couple, lol. All I have to say is Harry somehow has been cured and now hes no longer whined about those camera flashes is causing flash back anymore....

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